N. Dávila et al.
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Description: Herbarium Sheet V0387300FCurrent Determination: Naucleopsis humilis C. C. BergFamily: MoraceaeIdentification notes: Notes on original Excel file: no uleiLocation: Peru: LoretoLocality: 51 km SW of the confluence of Curaray and Napo rivers, adjacent to Río MazánCoordinates: -2.58611 -74.4925Elevation: 120Habitat/Microhabitat: Riverside terrace, mostly poorly drained, with some gently rolling, low hills ~20 m high. Across 30 m wide river, some flooded forest, Mauritia palm swamp, and blackwater oxbow lake.Additional data: Arbusto.Collector(s): N. Dávila et al.Collection Date: 17 August 2006Catalog Subset: Seed PlantsCatalog Project: Rapid Inventory PlantsEMu IRN: 3469508OccurenceID: 70393d82-4216-489b-9650-8ad2c7190994
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